Institutional Safety Policy Toward Goal Achievement in Private Universities: Educational Perspective

Moses Adeleke Adeoye, Ajoke Kudirat Yahaya


An institutional safety policy and its impact on goal achievement in private universities are reported from an educational perspective. As an example, we focused on private universities in Nigeria. In private universities in Nigeria, institutional safety policies play a crucial role in achieving goals such as ensuring a safe and secure learning environment, protecting the health and well-being of students and staff, and promoting a culture of responsibility and accountability. By establishing clear guidelines and procedures for addressing safety concerns, universities can help to prevent accidents and incidents and minimize the potential for harm. This study will contribute to the conversation on how to improve institutional safety policy in Nigerian private universities and promote goal achievement for all members of the university community. The paper provides an in-depth analysis of the existing institutional safety policy, its strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement. It also explores how the policy impacts the goal achievement of students, faculty, and staff in Nigerian private universities.


Administrative effectiveness; Institutional safety policy; Nigerian private universities; Organizational success

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